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Living Where You Love Vs. Living Near Your Grandkids

By Dave Price This article 1st appeared in Sixty and Me Recently, Judy, my wife of 44 years, and I experienced a difficult family situation probably best captured by a rephrasing of the oft-repeated lines from the popular song by … Continue reading

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Speaking Blountly, Always Leave Room for Pie

Can a book talk make you hungry? Well, if it’s the recent food forum featuring noted Atlanta chef and former Top Chef contestant Kevin Gillespie discussing Roy Blount Jr.’s new book Save Room for Pie: Food Songs and Chewy Ruminations¬†with … Continue reading

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The Science Behind the Big Bang Theory

When it comes to the image of a southern good ole boy, you couldn’t find one much more opposite than that of Sheldon Cooper, the extremely intelligent, rigidly logical, and completely socially inept breakout character of TV’s long-running, highly rated … Continue reading

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